It’s not just me: The long tortured history of Python packaging

http://westmarch.sjsoft.com/2013/06/pythia/ I was not able to “get it” over the years – because it changed about every 10 minutes. Buy a book – and it was obsolete before it was printed. The only other Python fiasco was the Python 3 / 2.x breaking stuff. It’s still slowly being resolved. Meanwhile – Ruby has gems – […]

Video: Intro to Objective-C (for iOS apps)

This guy kind of reminds me of me. http://www.infoq.com/presentations/iOS-development I’m not intimidated. I know enough of C and C++ to work with this. The problem will be getting familiar with the standard libraries and the XCode IDE. Interesting to see the Smalltalk lineage to Objective-C. The presenter, Phil Nash, has authored a C++ unit testing […]